Top 10 Movies with a 0% Rotten Tomatoes Score
One of the ultra rare cases where the tie in game is better than the movie. The movie is terrible, while the GBA game is one of the handheld's best first person shooters. - Dominicmgm
So this 2008 film apparently a remake of the 2003 Japanese film of the same name. So I guess it's kind of what happened to The Grudge. Despite making back over twice it's budget, the film was panned by critics and viewers and has a 0%, with Rotten Tomatoes calling the performances bland, and the shocks shopworn.
Let's be real. I'm not sure there was many people that didn't want a sequel at all. In 2004, 5 years after the first film, Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 was released in theaters. It had a 20 million dollar budget and only made back 9.4 million. The film received overwhelming dislike and... you know what? Screw it. I'm just gonna move on. This movie is just terrible. Ugh.
Oh boy Jaws, what did you do to yourself? In 1987, as if the series still wanted sweet money, a 4th movie was made in the franchise titled Jaws: The Revenge. If I remember what the plot is, Ellen is now windowed and is convicted that a great white shark wants revenge on them, especially when it killed her son and followed her. The main criticism was for it's awful special effects and the acting.
As if you couldn't tell already, this is a straight ripoff of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial. It was also a box office failure. The plot is about a alien named Mac that escapes form NASA agents and is befriended by a person named Eric. So they try to find Mac's family. The film was disliked by critics and viewers due to it being an obvious ripoff and it's shameless product placement. It was also originally going to have a sequel but it was cancelled.
It’s a ripoff of E.T.!
Deez Nuts? Gotti was a 2018 biographical crime about NYC mobster John Gotti. The person who played as Gotti was none other than John Travolta with his real life wife in it too. How could this possibly fail? Well... it did. The film was a box office bust commercially and critically. The film was mianly criticized for it's writing, aesthetics, and performances in acting.
The most recent film on this list released in 2020, The Last Days of American Crime is about, um, I don't actually remember really, but I know it has something to do with police government. I do know that film was on Netflix. Critics universally despised this film with a few of them calling it one of the worst films of all time. And it was also around the time of the George Floyd protests, which the film included violent content and depictions of police brutality.
Also known as The Nutcracker in 3D, this film flopped with only making back 20 million dollars of it's budget of 90 million. Upon it's release, it was universally panned by critics, with the main criticism being the story, deviations from the ballet, the performances, terrible visuals, and the rats kind of being portrayed as Nazis.
The American Psychological Horror film is about a couple now in a new house but has a room with a dark and haunting past. The film was originally complete in 2014, but was released in 2016. It was both a commercial and critical failure, making back only 5 million of it's 15 million budget. How very disappointing.
I really don’t like this movie, it sucks.
I’ve never seen this movie, lucky me.
This is the best movie on here. I love this movie - westofohio
Max Steel is a superhero film based on the action figure line of the same name. The film was kind of a box office disappointment. It only made back around 6 million with a 5-10 million dollar budget. Out of 21 reviews, all of them were, negative, which is the reason why it is on the list with 0%.
It's the year 2016, and of course we nee to have a horror film, so I went to the TV and saw Cabin Fever. It was bad. Released by IFC Films, the horror film is about- Ok, you know what? I'm tired of these films! Simply put, the film received negative reviews and Rotten Tomatoes says "No need for a quarantine -- enthusiasm for this inert remake is not contagious.".
This is obviously Adam Sandler’s lowest rated movie on the site.